Director of Mission Delivery
About The Liv Project:
Founded in 2021 by Honey Beuf and Tess Kunik, following the death of 19-year-old Liv Kunik, The Liv Project (TLP) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to develop creative tools that encourage fearless conversations to turn the tide of youth suicide. We envision a global shift where fear of judgment does not hold anyone back from speaking openly about their mental health. A world where we all have the skills to compassionately listen, support, and safely guide those in crisis, so that youth suicide is no longer an option.
The Liv Project’s tools and programs include:
- The award-winning documentary film, “My Sister Liv,” and post-film discussion and activities.
- The conversation game, THE GAME THAT GOES THERE®, co-created with Humanaut and made in collaboration with mental health professionals and youth.
- Going There Workshops- Creative arts workshops utilizing cards from THE GAME THAT GOES THERE®
- Fearless Tools: Ask. Listen. Do. & Listen. Identify. Vocalize. Discussion Guides and Side Effects of social media Tool in both Spanish and English versions.
- Speaker Series – A storytelling speaker series that inspires fearless conversations through the power of lived experience and creativity.
- Voices of Liv Youth Advisors
We seek a high-energy, self-motivated doer who is committed to making an impact in the world and believes strongly in the mission of the Liv Project. This exciting role will provide you with a sense of pride and purpose as you help to build the outreach and impact campaigns for our two-year-old start-up organization. The Liv Project seeks an organized, driven, and passionate individual for the Director of Mission Delivery. The Director of Mission Delivery will play a vital role in leading, managing and implementing all aspects of The Liv Project’s film screening program, workshops, and speaker series and driving our mission to turn the tide of youth suicide through creativity and fearless conversations.
This is a remote position, starting at 32 hours per week.
The Important Work You’ll Do:
- Proactively develop and execute a strategic plan of action and reach out to a list of targeted organizations, events, and other opportunities, to have screenings and/or workshops delivered by the founders either in person or online, and more.
- To accomplish mission delivery, the Director will meet revenue goals to annually monetize the assets of screenings around the country to support the programs of The Liv Project activities.
- Develop partner relationships to further our mission including areas of programmatic partnerships ie: Other mental health organizations, school districts, potential sponsors and medical providers, etc.
- Work in conjunction with founders and board.
- Maintain relationships with current and potential mental health orgs/professionals, schools, and community partners.
- Manage film and workshop requests via Airtable/In.Live
- Communicate with event hosts before and after events, including logistics, film license fees, legal disclaimers, scheduling of event, panel participation, & ensuring local mental health support at events, post follow-up, surveys, resources and thank you’s.
- Execute Memorandum of Understanding/Contracts/Partnership Agreements with hosts.
- Inspire, manage, and coordinate volunteers and schedule their attendance at in-persoscreenings and events.
- Make travel arrangements for team members at in-person events.
- Create and support budget tracking and spending decisions.
- Collaborate with hosts whose scope of event is outside of the pre-set options on In.Live. Examples may include but are not limited to weekend long events with several screenings & workshops, full-day school workshops, participation in existing summits/symposiums/mental health events.
- Manage and analyze survey data, documentation, and reporting.
- Write and submit 6-12 grants per year for additional impact funding with extensive TLP mentor access.
- Prepare and present update reports to the board of directors on programs and impact twice a year.
- Write copy, design, and edit monthly newsletter.
- Coordinate photo/video documentation of events for marketing purposes
- Send surveys to The Game That Goes There® customers (Order information in Shopify)
- Send surveys to The Game That Goes There® donation recipients.
- Develop new tools for mission delivery that encourage fearless conversations to turn the tide of youth suicide.
- Potential to grow into the role of Executive Director, leading The Liv Project.
Qualifications and Skills for Success:
- A minimum of 1+ years of non-profit mission experience, events coordinator, or executive assistant in either the private or non-profit sector
- Sincere commitment to be a natural connector and leader and understand and honor the importance of building an empathetic, stigma free community.
- The ability to demonstrate a high level of integrity, trustworthiness, flexibility, compassion and humor are necessary traits to ensure the success of a growing nonprofit, along with the creativity and persistence required to elicit new thinking and change.
- Comfortable juggling multiple projects, masterful at prioritizing, and re-prioritizing as necessary
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Can inspire others to participate in programs and financially to support the mission.
- Ability to accomplish tasks in a timely manner and meet deadlines.
- Ability to generate new relationships with potential host organizations.
- Collaborative and entrepreneurial nature with willingness to think outside the box.
- Proficient at solving problems with passion and care.
- Detail-oriented. A sincere desire to understand every aspect of the organization and ability to ask for clarity when needed.
- Proficiency in DropBox, Google Docs, Excel, Word, willingness to learn Shopify, In.Live, Vimeo, and Airtable.
- Proven track record of implementing, maintaining, and developing programs.
- Writing skills, with grant writing experience a plus.
- Openness to learning from others and embrace continuous improvement and feedback.
- Multilingual – Spanish a plus!
Reports to: Executive Director
Compensation depending on experience: $41,000-$45,000
32 hours per week / 4-day work week Remote work
- 9 Paid holidays
- Health Insurance reimbursement
- 2 Weeks of paid vacation
*In order for the team members of The Liv Project to provide exceptional programming and impact to those we serve as well as be mindful of our own mental health, The Liv Project offices are closed on Tuesdays.
As part of our commitment to maintaining a safe and secure environment for our staff and the families that we serve, a Criminal Background Check is required. Employment is contingent upon the successful completion of this background check.
Additionally, references will be contacted.
Please send a cover letter, resume, and references to: email@example.com
The Liv Project is an equal opportunity employer and values diversity, equity, and inclusion in all dimensions.